‘Project Booyah’ is a national program, launched by the Queensland Police Service, which aims to empower disconnected youth and help them to develop their life skills. The program does this through adventure-based learning principles, social and skill development training, community interventions, mentoring, case management, education and vocational scholarships.

Ultimately, this program will help to re-engage youth with their families, the community and the education system to reduce their involvement in anti-social behaviour, substance misuse, self-harm and crime.

In conjunction with Astute Ability Finance, the MFAA also delivers its Global Money Week and School Entrepreneurs Programs, which further bolsters Project Booyah.